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The computer modelling of development proposals : a routine part of development control

conference contribution
posted on 1997-01-01, 00:00 authored by G Braithwaite, A Radford, E Huang, T Chang, David Jones, R Woodbury, R Sweeting
This paper describes and discusses the aims and practicalities involed in the computer modelling of contentious development applications becoming accepted as a routine part of the processes of development control.  It uses three case studies frawn from the University of Adelaide's work with the City of Adelaide in Australia to delineate the role of 3D computer models of proposed new buildings and their immediate surroundings in the public understanding of the streetscape, neighbourhood context, overshadowing and overlooking implications of the proposals.

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Event

Association for Computer Aided Architectural Design Research in Asia. Conference (2nd : 1997 : Hsinchu, Taiwan)

Pagination

123 - 132

Publisher

Hu's Publishers Inc.

Location

Hsinchu, Taiwan

Place of publication

Taipei, Taiwan

Start date

1997-04-17

End date

1997-04-19

ISBN-13

9789575750572

ISBN-10

9575750578

Language

eng

Publication classification

E1.1 Full written paper - refereed

Copyright notice

1997, CAADRIA

Editor/Contributor(s)

Y Liu, J Tsou, J Hou

Title of proceedings

CAADRIA 1997 : proceedings of the 2nd International Conference on ComputerAided Architectural Design Research in Asia

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